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Heiligenstatuen am Dom Sankt Salvator

Saint Statues at Fulda Cathedral

Andreas Balthasar Weber
c. 1706

Fulda /  Heiligenstatuen am Dom Sankt Salvator   Fulda /  Heiligenstatuen am Dom Sankt Salvator


Five sandstone statues at the front façade:

St. Simplicius

Christus Salvator

St. Faustinus


St. Simplicius and Faustinus are, with their sister Beatrix, the traditional patron saints of the bishopric and town of Fulda.
St Sturm (also, Sturmius, Sturmi) was a disciple of Saint Boniface and founder and first abbot of the Benedictine monastery and abbey of Fulda in 742 or 744 (Wikipedia).


Sources & Information


  • Country: Germany
  • Boniface, St.
  • Christ (Salvator Mundi)
  • Façade with statues (church)
  • Faustinus, St.
  • Simplicius, St.
  • Sturmius, St.
  • Weber, Andreas Balthasar
  • Locatie (N 50°33'14" - E 9°40'21") (Satellite view: Google Maps)

    Item Code: dehs039; Photograph: 15 February 2011
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